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1946
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1944
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The March of Time
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Episode of The March of Time, released as 1946 U.S. Army educational film # EF-257, Ireland . "Reel 1 shows a panorama of the Irish countryside; castles and towns; Eamon de Valera; crowds in city streets; activities in the linen industry; riveters and welders at work in a shipyard; a celebration of the Battle of the Boyne; customs officials on the Eire-North Ireland border; farmers reaping and taking produce to a market; women spinning; a horse race; university students in a classroom; and...
Topics: The March of Time, WWII, US Army, Travelogue, United States. Army, World War, 1939-1945, World War...
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(1) "Lest secret information of the Allied moves be smuggled into neutral Eire by Axis agents, Yank and British patrols are on the double alert on the border of North Ireland, Ulster and Eire. The innocent native folk cheerfully produce their identifications, amid the rustic beauty of their quiet countryside." (2) Bombs fail to crack Cassino "2,500 Tons of Bombs on Cassino (These historic pictures will be studied by military students for generations to come) Stubborn Germans are...
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National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 43452, LI 238.2 - NAZI CONCENTRATION CAMPS - DVD Copied by Ann Galloway. Series: Motion Picture Films Used as Exhibits and Evidence at World War II War Crimes Trials, compiled 1945 - 1947. COMPILATION FILM REPORT: On conditions found in Nazi concentration camps in Germany and Belgium by advancing Allied Armies during World War II. Consists primarily of dead and surviving prisoners and of facilities used to kill and tortue. R.1: Army Lt. Col....
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